Bushbuddies, seems like the investigation is going well.
All the locals are involved, which is always a good thing as they might have info in the small bit of detail needed.
The 'slow guy'...must not be underestimated - reminded me of 'Columbo'
and I wonder if Valiant Swart got his inspiration for the one song from the bird with the 'eye shadow'
Great sighting alround and look forward to next TR
I love your Columbo interpretation
- definitely don't underestimate these old wise men...
john n poppy wrote:
:D look forward to that episode....
Great TR you have going Bushbuddies! So many great photos of great sightings and funny narrative to go along with it. I can't wait to read your next post.
Great to have you on board jjames04!
Thanks for the compliments.
Oh billyf - it's a fine balance between resting and getting as much info as one can if you only have 48 hours!
So up the next morning at 4:30!
Investigation is progressing well...
...All the Reporters are amazing
...great to see that they are all prepared to give their views.
Awesome to see that the locals were also consulted..they are always on the move ..but alas not always eager to share...always wanting to hide evidence...bringing it out on a rainy day.
Victims walking heads down
...they seem to be very reflective.
Looking forward to see all evidence located on the sunrise drive.
Yes, Trrp-trrrrrrr - great to have all the reporters around! They do help us pick up on some of the evidence. And the poor victims...
Nice evidence gathered on the sunrise drive...
LP was a bit of a disappointment...
Next time hopefully!
Yes - poor rhino... But that is nature I guess. I do love all the colourful reporters - they lighten the mood of any eerie scene!
I am totally
about your collared barbet sighting and pictures, Bushbuddies
As we never managed to even see these birds
Love also all your rhinos and feeling a bit sad about the old one
No - really Pumbaa? And here we tend to just take them for granted. They are quite common where we live as well! Hopefully next time - you will see some again. Go investigate in Berg-en-Dal...
Wow, can not believe if you fall of a "Bus" you miss such a lot. STUNNING TR and PICS
Just glad you're back on!
You need all the help you can out there on the scene, Melphie!
And the support of fellow detectives while writing your report!
Meandering Mouse wrote:
The Hawks featuring seriously in the sunrise drive - so keep an eye out for them MM...
Even the greatest of beasts must one day come to rest.
And when the day comes to lay his head down for the last time, may it be as it is here:
that he has lived out his days and invested in the future of his kind. Rest peacefully oupa Rhon
Well put, cheetah2111! Luckily oupa Rhon is going the natural route. The way it was meant to be for him in KNP.
Inspector, wonderful progress so far in this investigation. Great stuff that all these reporters are working with you on this, a real colorful bunch, a delight for sore eyes. But I'm a bit worried about that one reporter that refused to get involved and instead wanted to watch and report on the weather! Dit is mos nie lekker nie (that is not nice). Everyone should be in on the deal here. Will have a word to the chief at Reuters head office
Did you ever find out about that sickly looking Rhino. Does look rather sickly! PseudoRangers Suzie. A boon to your investigation, especially with that Mafia around. 5 reporters of the black collared kind
Imagine hearing all of them at once-a rapturous symphony-oops I mean reporting
And that reporter by the name of Brown Hooded Kingfisher-in the camp nogal. Some investigators travel all over the park and don't see one. A special reporter that one, likes the trees and bushes. Good to have him on board.
Lake Panic quiet-most unusual. But I gather that you are not the only one who had a quiet day there. In any event, this investigation is just super duper.
Microscope and Magnifying glass waiting in readiness!
Ag - old "weerligvoel"... He's a bit wacko - we just let him be! Guess someone has to report on the weather!
We've often met up with Brown-hooded Kingfisher in Berg-en-Dal camp. Seems he loves hanging out there.Glad to hear you've brought all your "tools" - the investigation is about to go deeper...